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A year ago, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Obama has taken "pretty bold action" as concerns commutations. who was addressing the Rajya Sabha on the issue on Tuesday, said that this was an "indefensible verdict on an Indian national" adding that Pakistan must "consider the consequences on our bilateral relations if they choose to proceed on this" Swaraj also added that much could be read from the fact that even after three hours after the officials announced Jadhav’s death sentence and the media reported it "the Indian Consulate was still receiving documents negotiating conditional consular access" Swaraj categorically denied that Jadhav was a spy She said that Pakistan’s pursuance of the entire matter reeked of a conspiracy "There is no evidence of any wrongdoing This is nothing but a premeditated murder The fact that they did not dare to try him in a proper court and refused him consular access as his right itself would tell us about the quality and process of his trial" "Jadhav has only fallen prey to Pakistan’s plan to cast aspersions on India to divert attention from the issues raised by India on international platforms" Swaraj said She said the government would appeal to the Supreme Court of Pakistan and would petition the President of the country to save "the son of the nation" Meanwhile the Lok Sabha too stood united in condemning the move Member of Parliaments from the Treasury and Opposition benches alike strongly condemned Islamabad’s move and demanded stern action by the government on the issue Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha and senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge moved a motion in the Lower House to discuss the issue which was duly passed Kharge while introducing the motion said that he strongly condemns Pakistan’s move to slaughter an Indian national in complete disregard to established practice of law He however also sought answers from the government adding that if India couldn’t save him it will be indicative of our government’s weakness His remarks attracted the ire of BJP members who said the government was condemning the incident "Without an invitation you can attend a marriage but you cannot meet him or talk to him on the issue" Kharge said referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to visit Pakistan to attend the marriage of Nawaz Sharif’s daughter near Lahore Treasury benches took objection to the statement and shouted "don’t politicise the issue" after which Union Minister Ananth Kumar stood up in response and urged the Opposition to not politicise the issue adding that the home minister will reply to all the questions raised in the parliament External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj PTI Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said "there should be no spat on the issue We all are equally concerned about the fate of Jadhav" Kharge said while India granted access to Pakistan to visit Pathankot to gather evidence on terror strike Islamabad denied counsellor access to Jadhav All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief and MP from Hyderbad Asaduddin Owaisi also condemned the Pakistani action strongly while terming the whole process of Jadhav’s indictment farcical "Pakistan’s military courts are no courts but are akin to a banana republic They have no regard for international norms valid proofs and evidence whatsoever And I demand that the Government of India use it’s full influence to ensure safe return of Jadhav Congress MP Shashi Tharoor expressed satisfaction on the way the whole House united up against the "condemnable move by the Pakistani government" and hoped that "this unity could translate at an international platfrom" Tharoor said that while India has alwayspreferred not to internationalise its relations with Pakistan it is time New Delhi tells the world that tomorrow one of their citizens can face a similar fate in Pakistan Without naming any state Tharoor also pointed fingers towards China stating that the time has come that GOI also gives a "strong message to those nations who have been aiding and promoting" rogue nature of Pakistan All India Trinamool Congress MP Saugata Roy also condemned the move adding that the fact that Jadhav was tried in a military court shows that the Pakistani dispensation was not confident of proving the allegations in a court of law Meanwhile the Union Home Minster Rajnath Singh thanked the house for showing solidarity on the issue assuring the MPs of complete and robust support to Jadhav’s cause While condemning the action Singh told the Lok Sabha that Pakistan had ignored all norms of law and justice "The government strongly condemns it All norms of law and justice were ignored I want to assure the House that the government will do everything possible to get justice for Jadhav He will get justice" he said Responding to concerns expressed by members cutting across party lines Singh said Pakistan had told the media there that Jadhav was carrying a valid Indian passport He wondered why a spy would carry a valid passport "This exposes Pakistan’s action" he said The Home Minister was also critical of Islamabad’s decision to deny New Delhi consular access to Jadhav on 13 occasions He said he was happy that the Parliamentarians expressed their outrage on the issue adding that "India mainatins that Kulbhushan Jadhav was never arrested but kidnapped from the soil of another nation" He said that Pakistan has only "told lies on the issue" and Jadhav was no spy but an ordinary businessman in Iraq New Delhi: Union minister Kiren Rijiju on Mondaytook a dig at Pakistan for accusing India of committing human rights violations in Kashmir saying it should worry more about such violations in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) than the Valley Union Minister Kiren Rijiju PIB "They (Pakistan) should worry (more) about human rights violations in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir than Jammu and Kashmir Kashmir is an internal matter of India" he told reporters Rijiju’s comments came a day after Pakistan accused India of committing human rights violations in Kashmir following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen leader Burhan Wani Washington: A team of US researchers has discovered new evidence about how the Earth’s magnetic field interacts with solar wind — a finding that can improve forecasts about space weather Although invisible to the naked eye space weather can have serious detrimental effects on modern technological infrastructure including telecommunications navigation and electrical power systems The researchers from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) for the first time observed that regardless of the hemisphere or the season the polar ionosphere is subject to a constant electrical current produced by pressure changes in the solar wind "It’s a bit of a surprise because when you have a current you usually expect a voltage relationship where resistance and current are inversely related — high resistance equals small current; low resistance equals large current" explained Robert Clauer professor in Virginia Tech’s Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Representational Image Reuters "The finding is a new part of the physics that we need to understand and work with" he added The space weather observations allow researchers to watch how the behaviour of the Sun and the solar wind — an unbroken supersonic flow of charged particles from the sun — changes over time and how the Earth’s magnetic field responds to solar wind variations The observations help build a detailed reliable model of space weather They hope that eventually space weather forecasting will become as reliable as today’s winter storm warnings Clauer and his team designed and hand-built six autonomous data-collection stations and installed them piece-by-piece near the geographic South Pole for initial testing Following successful testing the autonomous data-collection stations were placed deep in the southern polar cap areas under the auroras "The solar wind interacts with the Earth’s magnetic field in a manner similar to a fluid but an electrically conducting fluid" Clauer noted Clauer’s team will continue collecting information from data stations They hope to operate throughout the 11-year solar activity cycle depending on snow accumulation The Virginia Tech team research is supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) who irked the BJP leader ship with his ‘One-eyed King’ remark and refusing to toe the government line on GDP growth.43 lakh crore by December 2013, one step from winning everything, Saeed Ajmal was tested not only for his off-spinners but variety of balls. that kind of opportunity to go out there and do what they want and be free with their skills.
small film trailers get lost or are ignored.” said Nauert,s The Back-Up Plan opens in India this Friday, The special representative said others involved in the sexual violence include Myanmar border police and militias composed of Buddhists and other ethnic groups in Rakhine. is believed to have graduated from Sciences Po university in Paris and had been living in exile with his parents in the Chinese territory of Macau before he disappeared with his mother and sister following his father’s death. April 5, However, “Shirke was dead against this suggestion. Deotale and Thorat own a home each at Andheri’s Aashirwad Society while Nanded North legislator Sawant owns a house in Bandra’s Renuka Society, (Source: Express Photo by Ravi Kanojia) Related News Two building works contractors were shot dead allegedly by a father-son duo over some personal rivalry in a crowded market area in Central Delhi’s Rajendra Nagar on Thursday morning.
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